Mary Slessor of Calabar

The belief in witchcraft dominated the lives of the people like a dark shadow more menacing than the shadow of death. Taking advantage of their superstition and fear the witch-doctors–some of the cunningest rogues the world has produced–held them in abject bondage, and Mary was constantly at battle with the results of their handiwork.

A captivating tale of the missionary Mary Slessor, written by W. P. Livingstone for the Heroes of the Faith series. 353 pages.



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